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Finding a New Paradigm – Consent and Choice for the IOT

At the IoT Privacy Summit on June 17th a panel of four data privacy experts discussed, “Finding a New Paradigm – Consent and Choice for IoT.” The panel consisted of Marc Loewenthal, Director, Promontory Financial Group LLC; Emilio Cividanes, Partner, Venable LLP; Debra Farber, Senior Privacy Consultant & Product Manager, TRUSTe; and Erin Kenneally, Founder […]

Can Self-Regulation Meet Privacy Challenges of IoT?

By Matthew E.S. Coleman, JD, CIPP/US, Enterprise Privacy Solutions Manager at TRUSTe Regulators are struggling. They are struggling to find a paradigm to protect consumer privacy in the face of rapid technological change. This sentiment kicked off a panel titled, “Can Self-Regulation Meet Privacy Challenges of IoT?” at TRUSTe’s Internet of Things (IoT) Privacy Summit […]

Privacy & The Internet of Things: The Importance of Transparency in Accounting for What We Can’t See

By Jessica Groopman, Industry Analyst, Altimeter Group   Perhaps the most important lesson the Internet has taught us is that connectivity itself has infinite implications—for good, bad, and most importantly, the unforeseen. We’ve watched digital transform entire industries like publishing, media, music, and retail. As we enter into the next phase of the Internet—the so-called Internet […]

IoT Privacy Summit: Smart Cities

Leading up to the second annual IoT Privacy Summit on June 17 we’ll be featuring a series of blog posts about the panels and speakers at the upcoming event. The cities of the future are almost here. Connected technology is not just for wearable devices — it can also be utilized to increase the efficiency […]

New Trust Framework to Address Privacy & Security Challenges of Connected Devices

The Online Trust Alliance (OTA), announced today that it’s welcoming experts to join the working group creating a trust framework for the security, privacy and sustainability risks of the Internet of Things (IoT) devices. The framework will be presented in a special panel at TRUSTe’s IoT Privacy Summit 2015 on June 17 in Menlo Park, Calif. The framework will […]

As the Internet of Things Continues to Grow, More Questions Arise

What happens when 50 billion machines connect? That’s one of the big questions privacy advocates, business leaders and government agencies are asking themselves when strategizing for the future safety of our data as the Internet of Things (IoT) grows. The privacy challenges of today’s connected world can seem daunting – and these challenges will continue […]

Registration Now Open for TRUSTe’s IoT Privacy Summit

Join TRUSTe and IoT privacy thought-leaders from around the world for the second IoT Privacy Summit on June 17th at the Rosewood Sand Hill Menlo Park, California. This year’s Summit will focus on practical solutions to the privacy challenges brought on by the Internet of Things. This event brings together everyone involved in the whole privacy IoT ecosystem — from […]

TRUSTe Annual Internet of Things Privacy Summit to Address Global Privacy Challenges of Emerging Smart Devices

More Than 25 Expert Speakers Revealed From Cisco, General Motors, Toyota, McAfee, Merck & Co., the Federal Trade Commission, the Consumer Electronics Association and More San Francisco – April 9, 2015 – With 35% of Americans now owning at least one smart device, the Internet of Things (IoT) is moving closer toward mass adoption and […]

TRUSTe Announces Multi-Stakeholder IoT Privacy Tech Working Group as Next Step to Help Enhance Consumer Privacy in Internet of Things

San Francisco, July 10 2014 – At the first Internet of Things Privacy Summit in Silicon Valley, California today, TRUSTe announced the formation of a multi-stakeholder IoT Privacy Tech Working Group to identify the technical standards and best practices necessary to help enhance consumer privacy in the Internet of Things (IoT).

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